US VIRGIN ISLANDS - APRIL 2011"GOODBYE FREDERIKSTED"
"FREDERIKSTED - Early morning arrival"
"DRIVING ON THE LEFT IN THE US"
"CHRISTIANSTED - The Government House is an example of the Danish colonial architecture, from the times when sugar was king"
"HOTEL ON THE CAY - A nice beach to enjoy"
"HOTEL ON THE CAY - Closer views"
"CUSTOM'S HOUSE - Dating from 1734, the customs house was the building where merchants, after having passed through the scale house, went to pay taxes"
"CHRISTIANSTED SEEN FROM THE CAY"
"CHRISTIANSTED - With Fort Christiansvaern. Built in the late 1700s of yellow brick, is the best preserved of the five Danish forts remaining in the West Indies"
"STEEPLE HOUSE - Once the Lord God of Sabath Church, the Steeple House was St. Croix’s first Lutheran Church. Built in the early 1750's by the Danish West India and Guinea Company, it was consecrated in 1753, and thereafter was used as a military bakery, community hall, hospital and also a school"
"CHRISTIANSTED PORT - With people"
"BACK TO FREDERIKSTED"